The U.S earlier this summer suspended military exercises on the Korean Peninsula as part of a “good faith” negotiating effort with North Korea.

Defense Secretary James Mattis said Tuesday that effort is over.

“We took the step to suspend several of our largest exercises as a good faith measure coming out of the Singapore summit,” Mr. Mattis told reporters, referring to the historic June meeting between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

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